Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Carrier-grade WiFi worth $4.5bn to US cablecos

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 04 November 15

XCellAir urges players to ramp up their WiFi strategies and go toe-to-toe with mobile operators.

U.S. cablecos could tap US$4.5 billion of revenue and cost savings by using carrier-grade WiFi to compete more directly with mobile operators. According to WiFi quality-of-experience (QoE) provider XCellAir, cable providers are too dependent on costly wholesale agreements with mobile operators to reach beyond their customers' front doors…

U.S. cablecos could tap US$4.5 billion of revenue and cost savings by using carrier-grade WiFi to compete more directly with mobile operators. According to WiFi quality-of-experience (QoE) provider XCellAir, cable providers are too dependent on costly wholesale agreements with mobile operators to reach beyond their customers' front doors…

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